For the last thirty years John Lister Kaye has taken the same circular walk from his home deep in a Scottish glen up to a small hill loch Each day brings a new observation or an unexpected encounter a fragile spider s web, an osprey struggling to lift a trout from the water or a woodcock exquisitely camouflaged on her nest and every day, on his return home, he records his thoughts in a journal Drawing on this lifetime of close observation, At The Water s Edge encourages us to look again at the nature around us, to discover its wildness for ourselves and to respect and protect it....
|Title||:||At the Water's Edge: A Walk in the Wild|
|Publisher||:||Canongate Books Main edition February 17, 2011|
|Number of Pages||:||320 pages|
|File Size||:||968 KB|
|Status||:||Available For Download|
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At the Water's Edge: A Walk in the Wild Reviews
Although the author lives in Scotland his observations about nature and his immediate surroundings might describe any country area lucky enough to have four seasons.
Six years after his last book, John Lister-Kaye is back with more of the magical and insightful observations that characterised his last two wonderful books: Nature’s Child and Song of the Rolling Earth.